Who eats or preys on wasps?

Answer Despite a venomous sting and bright coloring meant to ward off predators, wasps have many natural predators. Landcare Research puts insects such as dragonflies, centipedes, spiders and other wasps ... Read More »

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What Preys on Peppered Moths?

Peppered moths are a type of insect that is distinguished by its camouflaging wing colors, which are mostly black or mostly white. The lighter-colored moths are known as "typica," because when the... Read More »

How to keep wasps away?

I wouldn't try to get rid of them myself but where I live in an apartment complex they make their home in holes between the bricks and seem to be coming back each year. The landlord calls their pe... Read More »

Does anything eat wasps?

Wasps may have stingers, but they're food for bugs and creatures, such as beetles, moths, other wasps, dragonflies, mice, birds, skunks, badgers, weasels, rats and bears, according to the book "Doe... Read More »

What do sea wasps eat?

Sea wasps, also known as box jellyfish, are equipped with up to 15 tentacles that can grow to 10 feet (three meters) long. They use their tentacles to catch a variety of small fish and crustaceans.... Read More »